Lombard Odier hires Loo for private client role

Swiss banker appoints David Loo as head of private clients for North Asia, a new role at the bank created as ranks of region's super rich swell.

Swiss private bank Lombard Odier has appointed ex-Citi private banker David Loo as head of private clients for North Asia, a new role at the firm.

Loo, who assumed the role on Wednesday and is based in Hong Kong, reports directly to Vincent Magnenat, head of private banking Asia Pacific for Lombard Odier. Loo will oversee the development of the bank’s business in North Asia markets.

Loo is a veteran banker with over 20 years of experience in the financial industry in Hong Kong. He joined Lombard Odier from Citi Private Bank, where he spent over a decade in various roles, including as team head for Hong...

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